Used with a LED Light to simulate that the original light bulb is installed. Easy to install. Keep away from plastic or painted surfaces, resistor gets very hot. Connect the load equalizer in parallel with the led lamp you are installing. Includes 7" of 20 awg stranded Teflon wire. 2 wire crimps included. Use one 6 Ohm equalizer for each LED bulb, or use one 3 ohm for 2 led bulbs for each turn signal control side that you replace. Use one 20 Ohm or 100 Ohm for each side marker. For a 6 Ohm load equalizer you can attach up to 1 LED light per equalizer. For the 3 Ohm load equalizer you can attach up to 2 LED lights per equalizer. Load equalizer dimensions are 0.75 inches in length and 0.42 inches wide. (3 ohm equalizer is slightly larger). No special tools needed just a pair of pliers. The connection is made using insulation displacement connectors. This load equalizer will operate 6 Volt, 12 Volt or 24 volt positive or negative chassis vehicles. Compatible with 1929, 1930, 1931 and 192 Fords. To test if you need to install a load equalizer replace one of the incandescent bulbs with LED on the same side left or right. Then test the turn signal for the side that you have 1 incandescent bulb and 1 led bulb. If the bulbs flash at a normal rate then yes you need to install a load ballast on each side of the turn signal. You need to install 1 6 ohm load equalizer for each bulb or 1 3 ohm load equalizer for the left and right side. So using this load equalizer you only have to install it twice versus four times using 6 ohm load ballast. Older 1929, 1930, 1931 and 1932 Fords have a after market turn signal level control. This causes the led's to float. To fix this problem please use 1 6 ohm ballast for each led replacing a incandescent bulb. The load equalizer can be mounted anywhere in the circuit but does not have to be mounted next to the led lamp.
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The product works as described. The only problem is the quick splice connectors (I think thats what theyre called) that dont seem to make a good connection. Ill just have to take a look later.
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